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Ron Paul Wrecks the “Obama Legacy” by Proving Just How Horrible Obama has been

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Former Congressman and presidential upstart Dr. Ron Paul (R-TX) has long been a darling of both Goldwater conservatives and the libertarian movement in America. His no-nonsense mentality and his willingness to work with anyone to advance the causes he believes in made him a hero to his supporters. Paul was willing to work with liberals on ending American military involvement around the world, and with conservatives to shrink government, cut taxes, eliminate regulation, and end wasteful spending. But Paul’s tendency to speak directly meant that he was often left out of the bigger decision making processes. That forthright personality is rearing its head again, as a recent social media post from Rep. Paul is spreading across the Internet like wildfire…

Here’s what Ron Paul had to say on Facebook about President Obama’s real legacy:

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Barack Obama started with a Nobel Peace Prize and is ending his presidency with the Pentagon’s Distinguished Public Service Medal.

Sounds about right for a president who bombed 7 nations and became the first in U.S. history to be at war every single day of his eight year administration.

So how many bombs did Obama drop in 2016 alone?

Find out below:

Obama Nobel Peace Prize

Paul then linked to an article from ZeroHedge’s Tyler Durden explaining that the reality is that President Obama is a warmonger.

Seven years after being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his “extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples,” despite having been in office for less than one year and having pretty much no actual, tangible foreign diplomacy accomplishments at the time, President Obama will depart the White House having dropped 26,171 bombs on foreign countries around the world in 2016, 3,027 more than 2015.



Read the entire article at the Ron Paul Liberty Report.

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